No March Madness, No NBA, No NHL, No NASCAR, and yesterday we found out that there will be no Wimbledon.

Think about a life without sports. Hard to imagine right? The NFL still has a chance to have a season, and I assume the same can be said about college football. So at least we still have hope for that.

According to sources, there’s a rumor heating up about what Major League Baseball might have in mind for a shortened 2020 season. Matt Speigel says there’s been significant talk about a 100-game season starting on July 1st and ending on October 15th.

The All-Star Game would be nixed, and the World Series would be played at a “neutral,” warm-weather stadium.

Dodger Stadium is getting prominent billing in the conversations. Although, if the Dodgers find themselves in the World Series, the games could be moved to San Diego or Anaheim.

I hope this plan works out.

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